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Could tying my hair up in a ponytail be related to hair loss?

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The high ponytail is one of the trendiest hair styles of the moment. Celebrities like Ariana Grande and Bella Hadid wear the ponytail perfectly. The ponytail is also a very comfortable hairstyle, which every woman knows. But don’t worry, it can have a negative effect on the health of your hair

There are many things you can do to slow down or stop this process. First, however, see a dermatologist or trichologist to make sure that your hair loss is just a consequence of hair bunching. Also, start by wearing your hair loose or loose, non-stretchy updos, such as with a bobby pin or clasp. Avoid braiding your hair or playing with your hair by wrapping it around your fingers, twisting it or running it through your fingers. Use gentle shampoo with no harmful ingredients, change your brush for a wide-toothed comb and take a break from colouring your hair, styling it with gels or styling mousse. Do not use flat irons, curling irons or blow dryers with very hot air.

Keep an eye on your hair. If hair loss is less noticeable, you are on the right track. Use hair strengthening treatments, for example, with field horsetail extract. After consultation with your doctor, determine a good diet for you and take appropriate supplements. The most common causes of hair loss are related to deficiencies of zinc and iron, vitamins A and D.

Read also: How to deal with hair loss in the fall and winter?

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